FE Duncan Irschick talks to Jason Kolbe - City Slickers

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Jason Kolbe discusses his paper (Kolbe, J. J., Battles, A. C. and Avilés-Rodríguez, K. J. (2015), City slickers: poor performance does not deter Anolis lizards from using artificial substrates in human-modified habitats. Funct Ecol. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12607) with Functional Ecology editor, Duncan Irschick How do lizards adjust to life in the city? Urbanization transforms natural environments into a mix of buildings, roads, parks and natural habitats. Lizards may use fences, posts and walls as they do trees in natural forests, but they may not find walls as easy to walk up as trees. How does this effect where these urbanized lizards choose to go and how might natural selection shape these "city slickers" in the future.

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